IT modernization and innovative new technologies change the healthcare industry significantly. This blog series explores how data streaming with Apache Kafka enables real-time data processing and business process automation. Real-world examples show how traditional enterprises and startups increase efficiency, reduce cost, and improve the human experience across the healthcare value chain, including pharma, insurance, providers, retail, and manufacturing. This is part five: Open API and Omnichannel. Examples include Care.com and Invitae.
Agile Cloud-to-Cloud Integration with iPaaS, API Management and Blockchain. Scenario use case using IBM’s open source Hyperledger Fabric on BlueMix, TIBCO Cloud Integration (TCI) and Mashery.
Case Study: How to Move from a (Middleware) Monolith to Cloud, Containers and Microservices leveraging Docker, Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, Consul, Hystrix, API Management, and others cool things.
JavaOne 2016 Trends: Besides focus on Java platform updates (Java 9, Java EE 8, etc.), I saw three hot topics, which are highly related to each other: Microservices, Docker and Cloud. I also talked about this topic from a middleware perspective. See my slides and lessons learned.
This blog explains the different components of a hybrid integration architecture, their deployment models, when to use them, and their target audience. Afterward, each section shows how TIBCO’s Hybrid Integration Platform maps to this.
I was invited to speak at Microservices Meetup Dublin this week. I updated my slide deck “Microservices – Death of the ESB?”
In 2015, the middleware world focuses on two buzzwords: Docker and Microservices. Software vendors still sell products such as an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) or Complex Event Processing (CEP) engines. How is this related? This session discusses the requirements, best practices and challenges for creating a good Microservices architecture, and if this spells the end of the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
The following slide deck shows plenty of different technologies (e.g. REST, WebSockets), frameworks (e.g. Apache CXF, Apache Camel, Puppet, Docker) or tools (e.g. TIBCO BusinessWorks, API Exchange) to realize Microservices.
Challenges, requirements and best practices for creating a good Microservicess architecture, and what role an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) plays in this game.
Everybody is talking about Microservices these days. This article explains how you can create, deploy and monitor Microservices with TIBCO products: ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks, Silver Fabric, TEA, API Exchange. TIBCO uses concepts and technologies such as DevOps, Continuous Delivery, REST, SOAP, Micro Service. TIBCO also supports tools such as Chef, Puppet, Docker, Amazon Cloud, VMWare, OpenStack, etc.